Tuesday, February 3, 2004

MyDoom.B - Non impact

It seems that very few copies of MyDoom.B have been stopped in the wild, by firms like Message Labs, compared to over 18 million copies of MyDoom stopped in the past week by Message Labs alone, according to an article on The Register.

That said, I don't think MS have anything to worry about at the moment - but a list of new variants and future worms attacking various sites will probably become more common in the future, causing problems much like SCO are having & there is not a lot that SCO or other companies can do to protect from it.

Post ID: 259, posted by jase at 10:39 PM
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